I connected the calbe to the computer and connected the other side to the video camer and it said on my video camera if i wanted cd or camera. i pressed camera and then my screen went black. where can i find my pictures from the video camera on the computer?
The simplest solution is to buy a cheap SD card reader and connect it to your computer. Then put the SD memory card from the camera in the reader. Windows XP will open a dialogue window asking you what you want to do with the pictures.
The caa-03040s has a relatively slow USB connection. Get a USB 2.0 card reader and connect it to a USB 2.0 port on the computer for much faster download speeds than the camera is capable of.
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Depending on what type of connector yourcomputer has, you will need to get a firewire cable (also known as IEEE-1394a cable). The connector on your camcorder is a 4-pin connector. You will either have that same looking connector on your computer (some laptops now have the 4-pin connector) or a 6-pin connector (D shaped). This picture is of a 4-pin (right side of pic) to 6-pin (left side of pic) cable. These are available at many electronic stores and online. To be safe, have your camcorder powered off when connecting to the computer. Once you have connected the cables, turn your camcorder on and insert the tape that you would like to transfer. Your computer should recognize it and install the appropriate driver. Most computers have some sort of free video editing program (like Windows Movie Maker). Depending on the software, you may have the option to import the entire video tape or only parts.
connect the camer aand close flipshare if it opened, connect the open the camera as a drive (in my computer on windows, or on the desktop in mac os) and copy the DCIM Folder somewhere you can find it, disconnect the camera, open flipshare, click help, Recover other flipshare files, and choose the dcim directory you copied to the computer(if the video files are in a subfolder, choose that instead)
Hi, camcorders will usually record videos in Tape/cd/dvd and the pictures will be saved on to a memory card, if available. So if your camcorder is having memory card then your pictures may be saved on to it. So remove the memory card from your camcorder, put it in any laptop card reader and transfer the pictures in it. I hope this solution is useful to you. Thanks
what Operating system? Xp and Vista should automatically Detect there is a Camera plugged into the computer via USB ( I am assuming you are connecting the camera to the computer this way ? ) then Go to start and control panel and locate the Scanners and Cameras Icon and click on it .. It should show you your camera then click on that and dig inside the folders until you fond the pictures.. copy and paste them to your preffered location..
for those who have the provided USB cords, u should simply be able to plug in the usb and connect it to the computer...the camer will be automatically recognized and windows will automatically pull the software from your camera, if u have windows XP or newer that is....
try this as an alternative solution instead:
1. connect camera
2. open Windows Explorer
3. search for your drive letter that Windows has automatically assigned to it.
4. double click on that drive letter and open every folder you see there and your pics will be in one of those folders for you to copy or transfer onto your computer.
5. any questions, post back.